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Graham Clark

Graham Clark enjoyed his time out in the middle during Durham’s T20 Blast campaign, finishing behind Alex Lees in top spot with the most runs. Clark smashed 261 runs with a highest score of 68 against Yorkshire.

His hard-hitting performances opening the batting for Durham saw him regular hit big during the powerplay overs throughout the tournament.

Known for his success in the shorter format, that is where Graham has demonstrated his ability in the past, first coming in the 2015 season, scoring 91* on his debut against Yorkshire Vikings at Headingly in the T20 Blast.

The Cumbrian born cricketer, was key to Durham progressing to the quarter finals of the Vitality Blast in 2018, scoring three half centuries in four games, to help Durham turn their T20 campaign around. His top score coming against Birmingham Bears with 65, which was a record breaking first-wicket partnership in Durham’s T20 history.

Clark didn’t feature for Durham in the Bob Willis Trophy during the 2020 season, playing limited red ball cricket in an already shortened season. He did however score a 114 ball 90 for Durham 2XI against Nottinghamshire in a three-day game.

He is the younger brother of Surrey all-rounder Jordan.

Durham representative number
135
Role
Right-hand bat
Twitter
@GrahamClark16
First-class debut
vs Hampshire (July 2015)

Graham Clark

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